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IoT devices are first to be chip level WiFi CERTIFIED

IoT devices are first to be chip level WiFi CERTIFIED
Claiming to be the first company to have a chip achieve WiFi Alliance certification, Texas Instruments' SimpleLink WiFi CC3100 and CC3200 devices are now WiFi CERTIFIED at the chip level. Designed for the IoT, the CC3100 and CC3200 chips have been confirmed to contain all the software and hardware features on-chip needed to interoperate with a WiFi network.
21st October 2014

Whitepaper explores current activity in 5G

Whitepaper explores current activity in 5G
Even as LTE and LTE Advanced (4th gen cellular systems) are being deployed, work is already starting on their successor: 5G. This whitepaper from Keysight Technologies describes the needs that demand continued development of mobile and fixed-line communications systems, and explains some background on who is involved and what is currently happening in bringing 5G from theory to reality.
15th October 2014

Wireless module used in koala tracking base stations

Wireless module used in koala tracking base stations
The GSM HE910 module from Telit Wireless Solutions has been chosen by LX Design House for the operation of a koala tracking solution. LX Design House are developing the tracking collar for the Australian Koala Foundation, which required a solution that provided long-range operation and location accuracy for the difficult to spot, camouflaged koala.
13th October 2014


New Program Provides Selected Customers and Partners with Early Access to IP-Based Mesh Networking Stack

Silicon Labs introduced the creation of a Thread beta program for selected customers and ecosystem partners, enabling them to accelerate their product development plans for IP-based mesh networking. As a founding member of the Thread Group, Silicon Labs has been a major contributor to the definition and development of the new IP-based mesh networking software stack for the Connected Home.
7th October 2014

WiFi modules support 802.11b/g/n wireless standards for IoT

WiFi modules support 802.11b/g/n wireless standards for IoT
To support the latest 802.11b/g/n wireless standards for the IoT market, the G2 WiFi modules have been released by Connect One. The modules incorporate the latest wireless standards at up to 40% savings, while creating a no-change upgrade path for customers. Suitable applications include security, industrial control, smart grid, asset management and point of sale.
26th September 2014

Rail antenna upgrades trains to 4G/LTE

Rail antenna upgrades trains to 4G/LTE
Allowing double-decker trains and trains which travel in tunnels to be upgraded to the 4G/LTE standard, the SENCITY Rail MIMO antenna has been introduced by HUBER+SUHNER. The antenna, which is 40mm in height, is suitable for the European market as it supports a frequency range of 790-2700MHz.
23rd September 2014

Achieve over 70% efficiency for wireless charging

Achieve over 70% efficiency for wireless charging
Designed for portable electronics such as tablets, notebook computers and handheld medical equipment, Vishay has announced a wireless charging receiving coil for 10W applications. The WPC-compliant IWAS-4832FE-50 provides rated current of 2A, enabling 10W of charge at 5V and efficiency greater than 70%.
17th September 2014

Chip provides intelligent location technology

Enabling always-on location applications for mobile devices, Broadcom has introduced a GNSS and sensor hub combo chip. By integrating the GNSS chip and sensor hub into a single combo chip, the BCM4773 minimises battery loss and provides mobile devices with intelligent location technology. 
12th September 2014

Enable cellular, WLAN, Bluetooth & sat nav on one antenna

Enable cellular, WLAN, Bluetooth & sat nav on one antenna
Preventing harmonic effects from impairing GPS performance in smartphones, the R159 and D5107 FEMs have been unveiled by TDK. Claimed to be best-in-class extractors, the devices enable the coexistence of cellular, WLAN, Bluetooth and satellite navigation services on one antenna.
12th September 2014

Low power wireless MCU integrates Bluetooth Smart

Low power wireless MCU integrates Bluetooth Smart
A highly-reliable, low power wireless MCU, the SimpleLink Bluetooth low energy CC2540T, has been unveiled by Texas Instruments. Operating over an extended temperature range of -40 to +125°C with USB connectivity for industrial applications, the MCU is a complete solution for easier development with TI’s BLE-Stack software and sample applications.
9th September 2014


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